Accountancy – Public Accountancy
A bachelor's degree prepares you for a number of key positions in public accounting, private/industrial accounting, governmental/non-profit accounting, or accounting education.
Business Administration (BS)
Be prepared to make your contribution—and earn your share—in the demanding world of business. With this degree-completion program, you can tailor your degree to fit your specific career goals, including an international business option.
Business Administration, Aviation
This two-year program builds on your associate degree and prepares you to advance into positions such as as business manager, sales representative, or production supervisor in a variety of fields, including manufacturing, retailing, construction, financial institutions, and government.
Business Administration, Professional Track
If you have a specialized associate degree, such as construction technology, culinary arts or automotive technology, this is an excellent program for you. You’ll build a solid knowledge of business and management upon your technical expertise.
Computer Information Systems (CIS)
With a CIS bachelor's degree, you'll be able to step into positions in computer programming/analysis, systems analysis, network administration, and microcomputers.
Computer Information Technology (CIT)
This curriculum prepares you for several industry certifications such as: CompTIA’s: A+, Network+, Linux+, Security+, and Microsoft's Systems Administration Certification (MCSA).
You’ll be prepared for positions including police officer, corrections officer, community correction officer, probation officer, detective, federal agent, and investigator for public and private agencies and/or corporations.
Education, Early Childhood
In this program you’ll observe and work with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, applying theories and techniques taught in the classroom. Graduates of the Early Childhood Education major find positions in Head Start programs, day care centers or family day care homes, elementary schools, hospitals, recreation centers, or other child-oriented businesses.
This comprehensive program prepares you to enter the social work field as a generalist professional. It’s built around a practice model appropriate for a wide variety of human service settings, including child and youth programs, mental health and substance abuse agencies, senior centers, long-term care facilities, employment agencies, and court systems.
Social Work: Clinical
If you’re an advanced professional social worker, this program is designed to educate the leaders of the field, promoting social and economic justice, diversity, empowerment, and eliminating oppressive social conditions. You’ll be inspired to become a critical thinker who can meet the challenges of a global society through lifelong learning, innovation, political engagement, service and community collaboration.
Human Resource Management (UG)
You can add this certificate to a bachelor’s degree or pursue it as a stand-alone to enhance your skills. Human resource management professionals work with employees and job applicants and administrators and union representatives. Job duties include recruiting and selecting the best employees available for a job, counseling employees, conducting training and career development programs and performing job evaluations.
International Business (UG)
You’ll gain the global business skills that corporations seek in this program for students already enrolled in the Business Administration program or those who possess at least an associate degree.